The Board of Cape Charles Main Street would like you to join us in welcoming a new member to the Cape Charles Main Street team. Karen Zamorski has accepted the position of Program Director of Cape Charles Main Street and will be working with the Board to help drive the projects and programs needed to continue the preservation-based revitalization of the town of Cape Charles.
She was born and raised in a small town about 30 miles outside of Buffalo, NY but has lived in several states through her 30+ year career. Karen has hit many milestones in her corporate life which included Kodak, DuPont and various marketing roles including 32 marketing awards working with Fortune 500 companies and serving as both President and Chairman of the Board for the Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association, a non-profit organization.
An entrepreneur at heart, she has started, grown and sold a small business which enables her to readily relate to other business owners who are an
integral part of our revitalization mission. Karen and her husband Dave are not new to Cape Charles.
They stopped into Cape Charles on their way back from a family vacation to the outer banks in 2005 and ended up purchasing a vacation home for their family including 4 children and 2 dogs. In 2017 Karen and Dave found themselves empty nesters and decided to leave their home in the Kennett
Square, PA area and make Cape Charles their permanent home. They just finished renovating a historic home – 7 Mason Ave, which is now a gathering spot for family and friends.
“I grew up in a very small, tight-knit community where you knew everyone and looked out for each other” Karen told the board at her initial interview. “It just felt like home here from early on and I’m so excited that I get to be a part of its
If you see Karen walking around town with her two puggles (which she often does), or working on her new flower beds, show her a little Cape Charles